- 07 March 2019
Meet us in Essen
- 20 February 2019
European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna
- 14 January 2019
Visit us at the Arab Health
- 09 January 2019
With a new booth at the Tierärztetag in Hanover
- 17 December 2018
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
- 22 May 2018
The new Leonardo DR mini II is launched
- 31 January 2018
Amadeo V-DR mini now on YouTube
- 18 December 2017
X-ray complete solution for small animal practices
- 07 March 2019
The new X-ray suitcase
Now even lighter and
and more comfortable!
At only 8.9 kg, the Leonardo DR mini II is one of the world's lightest portable X-ray case systems. The case does not only convince by its attractive design. The high-quality plastic processing and the well planned space concept form the basis for a practical case for any outdoor use.
The practical suitcase solution is quickly ready to go and easy to use. All components are integrated in the X-ray case. The 17" laptop can easily be removed from its holder in the case and used as a tablet for presentation purposes.
The Leonardo DR mini II supports its users in outpatient digital radiology in the areas of human and veterinary medicine.
For further information please click here.
X-ray without grid
offers additional comfort
Grids are required for X-raying large body parts in order to focus the radiation and reduce scatter, thus improving the contrast and brilliance of X-ray images. The virtual scatter reduction GLI works like a grid and can be used instead of a physical grid for all body regions.
Convince yourself right here for the area of human medicine. This link will take you to the visible advantages for veterinary medicine.
The grid properties emulated virtually with GLI (GridLess Imaging) can be flexibly adapted to act like a physical grid. As a result, intelligent image processing with GLI significantly improves the contrast and brilliance of X-ray images without a grid while simultaneously reducing the applied dose.
GLI eliminates problems such as uneven brightness or cropped image areas caused by improper alignment or focusing of a physical grid.